A Wayne Mackintosh winner saw Nairn County edge out Huntly in an eventful encounter at Station Park.

Huntly Co-Manager Tommy Wilson felt it was a game of two halves for his side.…

Read more: Audio Reaction: Nairn County v Huntly (Press & Journal Highland League)

Buckie Thistle’s title hopes suffered a blow when the jags were stung by Huntly’s Ross Still into stoppage time.

Huntly Co-Manager Tommy Wilson was pleased to see his side sneak a late win after putting on a good defensive display which also saw his goalkeeper save a penalty in the closing stages.…

Read more: Audio Reaction: Huntly v Buckie Thistle (Press & Journal Highland League)

After three home games without a win, Huntly produced their highest win of the season with a 5-1 victory of Fort William.

The home side may have felt they could’ve won by a bigger margin as Co-Manager Andy Roddie was pleased with the number of goal attempts his side had.

Roddie was full of praise for goalscorer Ross Still who put in a battling performance in the middle of the park and netted his fourth goal of the season.…

Read more: Audio Reaction: Huntly v Fort William (Press & Journal Highland League)

Goals from Sean Webb and Gary McGowan helped Huntly end a four game win-less streak against Strathspey Thistle with a two-nil win.

After seeing his side have over twenty goal attempts, Co-Manager Tommy Wilson felt his team should’ve won by a bigger margin.…

Read more: Audio Reaction: Strathspey Thistle v Huntly

Highland League Cup holders Brora Rangers struck in injury time against Huntly to set up a home semi-final against Forres Mechanics or Cove Rangers.

Despite losing a goal in stoppage time for the second game running, Huntly Co-Manager Andy Roddie was pleased with the display from his players.…

Read more: Post-Match Audios: Huntly v Brora Rangers (Breedon Highland League Cup)

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